On the Road…to Culture Change: NHC Healthcare, Maryland Heights

NHC Healthcare, Maryland Heights
In early August 2015, I attended the national culture change conference hosted by the Pioneer Network in Chicago, Illinois.  During one of the training sessions, someone asked if nursing homes could keep live chickens…to read more and view photos, click here: NHC Healthcare, Maryland Heights

On the Road…to Culture Change Additions

Arbor Health
In July 2015, I visited Arbor Health, LLC in University City. Arbor Health is 45-resident residential care home that is dually licensed with the Department of Health and Senior Services and Department of Mental Health. Arbor Health is an all-male home…to read more and view photos, click here: Arbor Health

Victorian Place of Washington
In August 2015, Section for Long-Term Care Regulation Communications Representative Leslie Sebastian and I visited Victorian Place of Washington and The Arbors at Victorian Place. Victorian Place is a 48-resident assisted living home and The Arbors is a 32-resident assisted living home…to read more and view photos, click here: Victorian Place of Washington

On the Road to Culture Change…Visit to Dolan Memory Care Homes (Update)

The Neighborhood at Les Maisons consists of four assisted living homes located on a private cul-de-sac in St. Louis.  They are owned and operated by Dolan Memory Care Homes.  The homes are named after French cities, Calais Manor, Clermont Manor, Lourdes Manor, and Lyon Manor.  Each home has…to read more and view photos, click here:  Dolan Memory Care Homes

On the Road to Culture Change…Visit to Lincoln Community Care Center (Update)

In 2011, I visited Lincoln Community Care Center (LCCC), a 66-resident skilled nursing and 14-resident assisted living home located in Lincoln.  Recently, Administrator Donna Bowers invited me back to share the changes that have taken place since.  I visited again in March 2015.  One of the first things I noticed was… to read more and view photos, click here: Lincoln Community Care Center Update

On the Road to Culture Change…Visit to Marshfield Care Center

In February 2015, Section for Long-Term Care Regulation Communications Representative Leslie Sebastian and I visited Marshfield Care Center and Marshfield Place. Marshfield Care Center is a 77-resident skilled nursing home and Marshfield place, next door, is a 40-resident residential care home… to read more and view photos, click here: Marshfield Care Center.

New Generations Quarterly Newsletter – Spring 2014

The Section for Long-Term Care Regulation has published New Generations – Volume 12, Issue 2, Spring 2014.

A complimentary color copy will be distributed via regular mail to each licensed home in Missouri. The spring issue is now available on the Department’s website, along with an archive of previous issues.  Please visit http://health.mo.gov/seniors/nursinghomes/providerinfo.php.

Visit to Good Shepherd Nursing Home

by Sam Plaster, State Culture Change Coordinator

In February 2014, I visited Good Shepherd Nursing Home and Residential Care in Lockwood.  Good Shepherd includes a 69-resident Medicare/Medicaid Certified skilled nursing home and 20-resident residential care home, operated by a not-for-profit nursing home district…to read more and view photos, click here: Good Shepherd Nursing Home.

Visit to Chateau Girardeau

by Sam Plaster, State Culture Change Coordinator

In February 2014, I visited Chateau Girardeau in Cape Girardeau.  Chateau Girardeau is a not-for-profit Continuing Care Retirement Community that was founded by the Presbyterian Church.  The 40-acre campus includes 37 individual Independent Living homes, 99 Independent Living apartments, a 55-resident Assisted Living Home, and a 75-resident Skilled Nursing Home.  The skilled nursing home includes a 16-resident short term rehabilitation neighborhood and 20-resident dementia neighborhood…to read more and view photos, click here:  Chateau Girardeau.